Gary Snyder AT FISHTRAP with Jack Shoemaker Video by Primus St. John Gary Snyder is an American poet (often associated with the Beat Generation and the San Francisco Renaissance), as well as an essayist, lecturer, and environmental activist (frequently described as the 'poet laureate of Deep Ecology'). Snyder is a winner of a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. His work, in his various roles, reflects an immersion in both Buddhist spirituality and nature. Snyder has also translated literature into... Topics: Oregon Literary Review, poetry
Note : In part 1 interview begins at 00:00:45 after some loud typing. Additional Title : [Gary Snyder] Description : Interview with famed beat poet, Gary Snyder. Call Number : Phonotape 3952 C :39 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. This work is accessible for... Topic: californialightandsound Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/8 inch audio cassette
First critical review of the work of Gary Snyder, beat poet and environmental activist, written by Bob Steuding, 1976. Topics: gary snyder, bob steuding, beat, steuding, poet, jack, kerouac, ginsberg, snyder, gary
This August 1983 recording is of Gary Snyder reading in Boulder for the first time since 1972. It is a selection of poetry from his new work "Axe Handles." The commentary between poems reflects his interest im Buddhism and his travelling and anthropological experiences. He comments on the inspirations for some of his written works. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Gary Snyder class on Eastern and Western folk ballad traditions, August 1983. Gary Snyder discusses universality of folk ballad in Eastern and Western tradition. Discussion includes accessibility of poetry, elitism and approachability.
Gary Snyder leads a class called "Linguistics, Anthropology." Snyder's discussions of indigenous, oral poetic traditions, and his reading of "The Song of the Daughter of the Mountain God," a poem from the oral tradition of the peoples indigenous to Hokaido, Japan, lead him to discuss the basic linguistics of speech.
Gary Snyder class. Snyder discusses tips for writing poetry, several editing processes, and some Japanese Zen literary advice. He also reads several translations of Chinese poems, talks about Gregory Bateson and Wendell Barry, and reads Kenneth Roxroth's translation of a poem called "Full Moon." favorite ( 1 reviews )
Gary Snyder gives a class as the first of a four class series during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University. Snyder discusses the origins of literature and its evolution in pre-literate and literate societies. He talks about the differences between poetry and prose, emphasizing the musicality of poetry. He also discusses various forms of literature that exist throughout the world, such as sacred and secular song. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Eric Tomb talks with Nevada County poet, essayist and visionary Gary Snyder about the current and future state of the world. This is the last Booktown to be broadcast on KVMR-FM. There may be occasional online programs in the future. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: KVMR-FM book program, books, Booktown, Gary Snyder
* Pulitzer Prize winning poet and Zen scholar Gary Snyder, expands upon his love of nature and wildlife and addresses urgent concerns for the environment. * produced by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr and the Lannan Foundation * Deep Dish's contribution seems to be self-promotional ad at the beginning and running titles across Snyder's face ! * .avi of previous file here ( mpeg2 ) * transcoded and uploaded by bsanandaATyahooDOTcom * globalcooperativeforumDOTnet Topics: Gary Snyder, poetry
Gary Snyder Lecture: "Poetry and the Primitive" at Berkeley Poetry Conference, 1965. From the MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection. Topics: Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art, Gary Snyder, Poetry Source: MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection, MICA Archives, Decker Library
83p067 and 83p068 constitute a class in series of classes with Gary Snyder in which Snyder discusses "The Book of Songs", his poems, the importance of saying grace, the role of the poet in society, and visions.
Pulitzer Prize winning poet and Zen scholar Gary Snyder, expands upon his love of nature and wildlife and addresses urgent concerns for the environment. From a series of ten half-hour shows in which some of the greatest writers of our time, including two Nobel Laureates, challenge the assumptions of traditional realities. Series produced by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr.
This is a continuation of Gary Snyder's class, "Linguistics, Anthropologies," in which he answers student questions. Topics covered include circumpolar bear cults, totemic remnants in Japanese culture, humans' relationship with technology, and the ethics of marijuana cultivation.
Second half of a Joanne Kyger class on Gary Snyder's work. She discusses his life, his interest in Zen, and the journals included in his book Earth Household. Part way through the class, Snyder appears in person. He and Kyger discuss mythology and literature. Snyder reads and discusses his work and Kyger reads some of her poetry. (Continued from 90P042)
From the 619 Bearcasters all the way to the East Coast bear community, HSSS certainly loves their bear boys. So, from the far reaches of Pennsylvania out on a special trip to sunny San Diego, the BurghBear himself, Gary Snyder, joined us at Pecs Bar in North Park for a chat about the bear communities on both coasts, bear-centric events & how he helps his local, regional & national LGBT bear communities by networking, having fun & making a difference. Get to know this fun &... Topics: talk&interview, he said she said, aaron heier, ophelia later, gary snyder, burgh bear,...
Gary Synder (b. 1930), Pulitzer Prize winning poet (1975), reads and discusses his work and it's world context. Synder reads the title poem from his latest publication, "Axe Handles." Synder discusses meditation, Buddhism and martial arts before reciting another poem "Breasts." Synder examines the Reagan administration's policies towards the Third World, nuclear disarmament and tribal people, then reads "Cricket" and explores the aesthetics of simple poetry. Synder... Source: KPFK
The author of the Pulitzer Prize winning Turtle Island reads from his work to illustrate the way in which he is currently thinking about poetry. Author William Irwin Thompson is founder of the Lindisfarne Association. The Lindisfarne Tapes are selected recordings of presentations and conversations at the Lindisfarne Fellows’ meetings. In March of 2013 William Thompson granted permission to the Schumacher Center for a New Economics to transfer the talks from the old reel-to-reel tapes to... Topic: Lindisfarne
The author of Turtle Island and The Real Work chooses "The Good, Wild, and Sacred" as his theme for provoking serious thought about the land. Drawing upon his years of living in Japan and recent visits with aborigines in Australia, he interprets these terms in various cultural contexts, their application and political implications. Comment by Dana Jackson, editor of The Land Report. The Lindisfarne Tapes are selected recordings of presentations and conversations at the Lindisfarne... Topic: Lindisfarne